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What Masonry Inspectors are Looking for on the Jobsite

Provider: Informa
Discipline: Codes & Standards
Credits: 1.50

Did you know that masonry prisms don't have to be tested to determine compliance with f 'm? And that the building code never calls for field tests of masonry mortar? Dealing with masonry inspectors can be a hassle if your don't know what they're looking for, and inspection is becoming more common on project jobsites. This seminar will cover building code inspection requirements and teach about the basic items to get right on the job site. We'll review typical inspection checklists and discuss common inspection items that trip up mason contractors.

1. Identify which level of inspection is required for different types of masonry construction
2. Demonstrate three methods to determine masonry compression strength in the field
3. Apply building code requirements towards specific inspection items for unit placement, mortar joints, reinforcement, grouting and preparation of test specimens
4. Analyze rebar placement to determine installation tolerance requirements

For more information please visit or contact Informa at 972-536-6416.

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“The MCAA is truly trying to move the masonry industry forward.”

Thomas Cummer
Cummer Masonry, Inc.
MCAA member since 2003

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